An Australian-based opponent of Fiji's interim government wants to set up a floating radio station to broadcast uncensored news into the country. Usaia Waqatairewa, the Sydney-based president of the Fiji Democracy and Freedom Movement, says the idea is to put an antenna on a ship which would be located in international waters, outside Fiji's legal jurisdiction. The same concept was used by the so-called pirate radio stations which broadcast pop music to Britain, and New Zealand's Radio Hauraki, in the 1960s. Mr Waqatairewa says people in Fiji need the news that the Bainimarama government isn't letting them hear.
Full interview from Radio Australia NEWS.
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Saturday, July 24, 2010
Friday, July 2, 2010
Thanks to Commander Bunny of WBNY every Voice of Next Thursday show will be realyed over the weekend:
"It's the 4th of July weekend here in North America, and that means, ape-humans, monkey-boys and other bi-pedal mammals will be tuned into their radios over a long weekend.
I am going to be playing all of the Voice Of Next Thursday shows for the monkeys to enjoy.
I'll be using 6775 exlusively and in AM."